RE: How to assign a non-const object to const reference
if i modify the same function as below.. it doesn't give any error..
const AClass& DerivedClass::Get()
But my question is, even again here, it's equivalent to assigning a
non-const object to const reference. But why doesnt the complier throw error
"Bruno van Dooren" wrote:
I am giving a sample code
AClass m_objA; //This variable is assigned in base class, declared public
void DerivedClass::Get (const AClass &refA)
refA = m_objA; //Gives error at this line. DerivedClass.cpp(3317) :
error C2678: binary '=' : no operator found which takes a left-hand operand
of type 'const AClass' (or there is no acceptable conversion)
Can anyone please tell me on how to do i solve it?
you have declared refA to be a const AClass &, yet you try to assign to it.
lose the const if you want to do that.
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